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Treating Acne At Home

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Blackheads are tiny bits of terror that wreak havoc on facial skin. The facial skin care market is flooded with chemicals, treatments and strips promising to rid the face of blackheads. Save yourself a wealth of money and treat blackheads at home with a safe and natural method of blackhead removal.

Baking soda is the most natural and effective way to treat blackheads at home. Whether you have a large breakout of blackheads on a given portion of the face or one blackhead you want to remove, baking soda will save the day.

Mixing baking soda with water to make a thick paste is the method you will use to remove blackheads. After mixing this solution, apply to the area of the face where the blackheads are proficient. The natural pulling or sucking properties of baking soda will literally suck the blackhead out of its hole. Leave the paste on the area until it dries. You may need to reapply the moisture several times before the blackhead protrudes enough to pull out with a pair of tweezers.

Treating blackheads at home is easy and natural. With the help of a little baking soda and water, you will never have to spend more than a few cents to treat those blackheads and remove the unsightly blemishes from your facial skin.

The content of hairpedia.com is provided for informational purposes only. It is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. ALWAYS seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition.

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Comments
sharon06-27-2009
does it really work? i have blackheads on my nose cheeks chin and forehead and i really want to try it but i think it will make them worse. help me
beli05-24-2009
is it good for sensitive skin????????
Kerry07-27-2008
i think it actually depends on ur skin type. Like i used it on my nose and it worked perfectly and i didnt feel a sting or burn or anything but if you have sensitive skin, that may be a different situation then.
accycia07-23-2008
this is the best !!!! it really works now ican looks in the mirror with confidence
-07-22-2008
i got a facail sauna... it was cheap at onli a tenner from agros, i used it for 20 mins then did a clean and clear scrub and it works like magic!
lola07-19-2008
I would like to know about what happened to her skin eventually. Did the baking soda work?
Leonie07-18-2008
Does this actually work? i have blackheads on my nose & i hate them. i wat to try this but these people say it doesnt work, xx
Sarah07-18-2008
If you put 1/2 a cup of baking soda in your bath it will make your skin soft and it will clean your skin deeper
ezzie07-17-2008
When you say a little baking soda with water, how little? I tried it and it almost felt like my face will burn and if I had put the thing on my face longer it would peel my face skin..felt really thin after i did it. Please advise.
vanna07-15-2008
i think that is a great idea for people like me and my friend both really get them bad she gets them on her nose and i get them on mt fore head and its embarressing!!!!
07-15-2008
its bad for your skin....use aveda skincare line!
lola07-14-2008
i had a blackhead near a pimple so i did the baking soda trick and my pimple got huge and red a puffy i held ice on it for 30 min so it would cool down

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